Potential Implications of Sea-Level Rise for Poland

@inproceedings{Pruszak2008PotentialIO,
  title={Potential Implications of Sea-Level Rise for Poland},
  author={Zbigniew Pruszak and Elżbieta Zawadzka},
  year={2008}
}
Abstract Poland's approximate 500-km coastline predominantly comprises sandy, low-lying beaches and populated coastal lowlands. They are exposed to a range of threats from recently observed intensified climate changes and anticipated accelerated sea-level rise. Sediment starvation is already indicated by the growing necessity for dune and cliff protection that has been exacerbated by sea-level rise. The current study is both a summary and extension of existing Polish studies, and analyses… Expand
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